Posts covering Real Estate Sales

16Apr2014

Home Buyers Act On Seasonally Low Mortgage Rates, Homebuilder Confidence Rises In March

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Homebuilder confidence ticks higher in April but supply constraints plague. Can today's buyers take advantage? Read more and get today's live mortgage rates.

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28Mar2014

Home Values Continue To Rise Despite Pending Home Sales Index’s Return To Market-Bottom Levels Of 2011

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Pending Home Sales Index fell 8 straight months to reach October 2011 levels. Yet, prices still climb. Analysis and today's mortgage rates.

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25Mar2014

Low Mortgage Rates Help Boost Home Values To Highest Points In 68 Months

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Home values gained in January, led by New York and New Jersey. What's ahead for U.S. housing, plus today's low mortgage rates for download.

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22Mar2014

What Are The Most (And Least) Affordable Cities In The United States

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Looking to live somewhere inexpensive? Check out this list of the most affordable cities in the country. See today's mortgage rates, too.

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12Mar2014

First-Time Home Buyers Expected To Struggle With 2014 Housing Market

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First-time home buyers face limited housing supply and get little attention from U.S. builders. What it means, plus live mortgage rates.

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